The last few months have been a whirlwind of activity for my family. Homeschool plays, recitals, and the basic ins and outs of life delayed my gardening a bit this year. But I did get my seeds and plants in the ground last month, and things are finally getting green in the garden. Here’s what’s been growin’ this spring. Mouse over for the caption and click for a closer look.
This is a paste tomato. It and one beefsteak tomato plant on the deck are the only tomatoes I’m growing this year.
The lettuce blend is coming up nicely
I bought this Romaine at our favorite Amish nursery
Green Bell Peppers
Trying Pole Beans this year. Hope they don’t take over!
The spinach is taking forever to grow. .
I planted a ton of kale this year. Now all I need is a dehydrator to make my chips!
Last but not least, an old standby. Swiss Chard.
For my (almost) Wordless Wednesday and Photo Challenge over at the Daily Post, Hubberman, as seen through the lens of our daughter. (She’s got mad skillz like her dad.)
The lettuce has been very healthy so far.
Green and Red Lettuce
Still going strong
Today’s bell pepper harvest
Yellow mums at their peak
A Grow Camp update is long overdue. The only remnant from the summer vegetables are the bell peppers and they are still going strong, despite the cold evenings we have had lately. So far, my autumn plantings are doing great – red and green leaf lettuce, onions and arugula are all sprouted and growing. I just hope my onions get big and strong enough to last through the winter. Enjoy the gallery…mouse over for captions. I threw in a photo of one of our pretty yellow mums for good measure. Happy Monday!
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